Alaska's Tobacco Quit Line. 1-800-QUIT-NOW. It's Free. It's COnfidential. And It Works.

What is Alaska’s Tobacco Quit Line?

Quitting smoking or chewing tobacco is a difficult process. The average quitter makes many quit attempts before they actually stay tobacco-free. When you are ready to quit tobacco for good, Alaska’s Tobacco Quit Line can give you the support you need to be successful. We provide Alaska adults 18+ with free, confidential coaching and support services. We understand that everyone’s experience with quitting tobacco is different, and our quit coaches will help you create a plan that works for you.

Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW to start your quit plan today, or follow the links on the right to enroll with Alaska’s Tobacco Quit Line online.

Free services include:

  • Self-guided materials to help prepare, set a quit date and quit successfully.
  • Telephone coaching:
    • Callers receive personalized advice and coaching on how to quit, information on medications, assistance with creating a quit plan and help selecting a quit date.
    • Alaska residents may call the quit line as often as they like.
    • Tobacco users have the option of enrolling in a call-back program, through which they will receive a series of four proactive, individual coaching and support calls.
  • Web Coach:
    • Online program that supports and assists tobacco users through the quitting process
  • Text2Quit:
    • Allows Alaskans to stay engaged with their Quit Coach, use medications correctly, manage urges, and prevent relapse; all from their mobile phones.
  • Free nicotine replacement therapy for all eligible participants.
  • A secure website to learn more about Alaska’s Tobacco Quit Line, enroll for services or request to speak with an enrollment specialist.
  • Information for those concerned about a tobacco user.
  • Referrals to local tobacco cessation resources and services.
  • Expanded services for pregnant and nursing women.

Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or enroll online through this website.